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THE OMAHA DAILY BEE : SATUBDAY , JUJTE 8 , 1800.
THE npa | WORLD-HERALD.
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IMS s. nth
J , P. Doyxl ,
VM S. 27th.
Or&nt Kot&r ,
17f > * 8. th.
C. B. Currier.
1.0 * 8. tith.
W. 11. Blakrty ,
ITB B. nth.
Ellabfth KHtr.
17W 8. 27Ui.
J. W. WnMin * .
nil s. iith.
W.V. . Beott.
1911 8. Kill ,
Fred Anderson.
1931 S. nth.
P. J. Quwiley ,
1KM S. 21th.
O. n r . INT 8. Mth.
A. H. 119/1.
174 R , Mlh.
It G. Osnron.
17 1 8. th.
Rhult. 17W B , Nth.
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13M 3. 28th
C , D. Bone.
B. K m. . * r.
g. Mlh
K. Mullen.
Wm. Kiwr
T. Van Buren.
B. Mth
P.
John
B >
T. E.
11114 S. 29lh
I * Housfholder.
1121 8. 20th
E. B. Branch ,
ius s. am
3 8. 20th
3 6. 23th.
J , PeirlgO.
113S S. 29th ,
J. B anc ar
H. A. Ko tr.
1321 a 20th ,
11. C. Dome.1SZJ
1SZJ B. 23th
C. C. Kin * . WM 6. 29th ,
Wm. Fountain ,
14S5 S. SOlh ,
J. B. Porter. 1504 S. Mlh
ll W. Condon ,
160 S. 20th
J. P. Campbell.
1611 S. 20th
I * D. Carrier ,
1414 8. 23th
J. B. nuth. IMS S. 29th
.T. D. Stout. 153 8. 20th
W. A. Taylor.
ISM S. 20th
A. Not. 1530 8. 23th.
Oo. VradenDurjt.
1533 S. 20th ,
13. nichnnlson.
153 ? S. 29lh
F. Enver ,
1543 S. 29th
J. H. Robertson.
I IMS S. 20th ,
W. Whltannrffn.
15415 S. 29Ui
W. H. Bherrnrten.
173S S. 20lh ,
C. Stotkham.
1723 S. 20th ,
P. Hanake ,
1609 Park Ave ,
Vfm. Oosney ,
1519 Park Ave ,
Jones & Co. .
1 25 Park Ave ,
E. 8. Collins.
1629 Park Ave
C. C. Clarke.
152) ) Park Ave
John Dale.
1535 Park Ave
J. A. Bralnard.
1541 Park Ave
B. F. Hetzler ,
1001 Park Ave
Wm. Clark.
1311 Park Ave
Wm. Bellamy.
191& Park Ave
Fred Warner.
2712 Shirley
W. H. Ellsworth.
2711 Shirley
D. H. Mercer.
K 2S11 Hickory
T A. Anderson.
) 2913 Pacific
. . . . J. McHaughton ,
2023 Pacino
Ed. Smith.
2724 Poppleton Ave
C. MoVlckerK.
2808 Per > pl < ton Ave
J. Hayne * .
2 * Poppleton Ave
J. A. Fuller.
2S1S Ponpleton Ave
H. Hardy.
U. B. Olney.
2817 Poppleton Ave
M. HlKKln * .
S85S Poppleton Ave
F. Eaton ,
S70T Woolworth Ave
J. nets.
180i Woolworth Avc
Wm. Frailer.
3113 WoolworUi Ave
L. . W Blsnon.
2SU Woolworth Ave
J , C. L xwti > n.
11 Woolworlh Ave
Harrison. 2711 Hlckorr
U. 8. We t , ISOS tjhlrley
H. II. Cochran.
SS13 Shirley
John Halplne.
2910 Shirley
F. B. Burqlam.
1332 8. 27th
I * Surrel.
134 ! S. 27th
T. V. Tallen.
152 8. 27th
A. Bruner. 1040 S. 2Slh
J , EeAwlck.
1828 S. 28th
A. K. Buchnal ,
1011 S. ISth
W. H. Hoyt.
1323 S. 2Sth
E. P. Bergman ,
1S17 8. 28tti
A. It. Ha\en .
1313 8. 28th
H. F. Talman ,
1304 8. 28th
O. 8. Bone ,
1303 S. 2
F. Fosdrke ,
1105 8 , 23th
J. Hamilton.
1394 6. 23th
J , Conklund ,
1310 B. 29th
F. McConnell.
1543 S. 23th
H. Meyer ,
r
IA E. Miller ,
MIS Pacific
W. Stader ,
S7M Woolworth Ave
Woodworth ,
Cap. V. J. .Davli ,
MS N. iOth
5. O , Beuer.
& 14 X. 2 < Xh
McCarney , SMI Cai .
C. R Morran. 9)13 Cat
f n. Killer , 2023 Cu .
P. I. Axle ! 460 N. 21e
Riimondf , 40 N.
Mlsa M. Uindli ,
4M K. : u
Ballow. 4M N. M t.
K v , Dean Fair ,
406 K. Slat
Mls Cfcey , 406 N , tilt.
MlH H , Vail. 403 N. 21i
Dr. II. Ludlnclon.
4M N. 3'f
Kata M. Mllri.
404 N. 31
Farnam Smith.
400 X. 31 *
O , O. Clark. 411 N. ill
B. T. Jo > > In. (13 N. lit
Thomaa Falkner.
2105 Cat
P. H. Alien. 211 C .
Prltchett , 2131 OSM.
J , H. McOnnnell.
3121 Ca *
II. V. Wyman ,
408 N. 22nd
Thomaa Kllpatrlck ,
410 N. 2 < M < '
J. M CVilMi. US N. n
M. A. Vapor. M4 N , S2n
6. E Hostn.
(04 N. 2n <
E. W , Bradghiw ,
THE BEE , WORLD-HERALD.
, ,
\ \ \ F. Nafrti , 1317 CAM.
A , J. MonDcomrry ,
3313 C M.
W. R. MMh w .
416 N. 23rd.
D , A. Samson ,
411 N. 23rt.
J. B. Mllff ,
! 2H ChtMgo.
B. 0 , Cleveland ,
tail Chicago.
J. tt. McCarue.
3. 3. UM2317 \ \
2317 Chicago.
W. n. NltJioU.
2119 ChU co.
J. A. Dx > , 31 N. 23rd.
B. L. Baldwin.
I' . B. Parmale ,
402 N. 23fd.
Lewll nolhc4illd.
404 N. Mrd-
X. W. Rutoer ,
40 N. 2Jrd.
Mclntyre , 613 N. 3Jrd.
Dunn , 615 N. 23nl.
C. r. Tucker ,
24 N. 2JnS.
rtooenstock & H ey.
Ztia Cars.
J. Wpkf. MS , N. ZJrd.
n.
n.B.
B. n
: JnJ
Mr . M. Vincent ,
6U N. 23rd.
Mr . B. Thorngate ,
Z404 Coal
Mr. B. F. Hutchlneon.
2404 C&ta.
O. W. L anc < u tfr.
240A Casi.
Rutherford. 2410 Ca * .
E. E. Dowllnir ,
S4H Cana.
J. A. Connor , 2420 C * .
Mr , . Seymour.jjj
E. Porcurlle ,
M. J. McDonjM
II. A. Doud. Jll N. 2oth.
309 N. 23th.
Chl ll. 2413 Ctilcago.
Smith. 2503 Chicago.
llozelton , 2S10 Chicago.
F. II. FltzKerald ,
251S Chicago.
Wlttcra. 2S18 Chicago.
O. A. Hica .
25 Chlca o.
J. Qravcs. 253 Chicago.
IMmonA Power * .
2S41 Chicago.
J. F. Flack.
234 Chlcagxx
D. C. Cable.254S
254S Chicago.
F. W. Kuhn.2G11
2G11 Chlca o.
F. B. Burohmore ,
2613 Chlcngt ) .
J.V. . Qllck.S317
S317 Chicago
lllea S. Taylor.
2519 Chicago ,
Oeorgn W. Irey ,
VtO. Chicago
A. W. Barnard ,
2G23 Chlcaco
Henry Bla. e.
2531 Chicago
B Mullen ,
253S Chicago
A. P. Tukey ,
35M Chicago
Mormody , 320 N. 2fith.
Mr. M.
O. Swutuon ,
3919 Chicago.
Mike McOarty.
3117 Chlcnco
Murphey. 2 28 Chicago
Paul PlaU.
PlaU.2C30 Chicago
Wm. Blokbery.
2632 Chicago.
J. Anderson.2C33
2C33 Chicago
Mathcw Jeneen ,
2C47 Chicago
Drnnls O'Byrtn , _
618 N. 23rd
A. N. Nelton.
2S10 Chicago
A. E. Froulx.
2S2d Chicago
lire. Murray ,
2S21 Chicago
A. J. Fleischer ,
2817 Davenport
E. P. Porter.
2SJS Davenport
Allen P. Ely.
2811 Davenport.
F. M. Shlsrier.
2809 Davenport
John Foley.
2814 Da\enport
H. J. Martin.
2808 Davenport
J. D. Voenter.
27M Davenport
J. D. Zlttle.
2764 Davenport
Wm. Frankle ,
2750 Davenport
H.
H.Fd.
Fd. Klelw. 313 N. 27th
C. E. Bennett.
3701 Davenpor
Ed. I * 8ayer.
JS39 Davenport
W. E. Sloan ,
2637 Davenport
J. S. Brown.
2Rtl Davenport
J. K. Foster. .
2 17 Davenport
A. M. Butler.
ICS4 Duvem > or
Johnson.
Johnson.2RM Dav iport.
Jdhn Manler.
2 3 > Davenport.
Mary Chure * .
2624 Davenport.
6. M. Brooki.
2622 Davenport.
Myrtle Beloher ,
2A20 Davenport.
Mrs. Palmer.
2818 Davenport.
Mrs. Byroth ,
Morcan. 219 Davenport.
C. M. Rurwll.
2 13 Davenport.
M. C. Howe ,
2508 Davenport.
J , T. iff.SOU
SOU Davenport.
W. D. Gallopp.
2M4 Davenport.
J , D. DuBols.
2532 Davenport.
A. C. Rennock.
2339 Davenport.
T. C. Wllmoth ,
2S29 Dtivenport.
Mr * . E. Johnson ,
2518 Davenport ,
n. A. Flnley.
2518 Davenport.
Smalley.
25th & Da.venport ,
. 2417 Davenport.
I. Walpe.
2301 Davenport.
Mandleburu.
2302 Davenport ,
J. A , Crelihton ,
4N N. JOth.
Murphey , 406 N. 21 > t.
Tauxalln. 40 N. 21it.
Moore. 406 N. 21 t ,
Fitch. 40 N. Hut.
nawley , 408 K , ll t.
Bwlnir , 406 N. 21it.
York , 40 X. M t.
F. A. Bronn. 406 N. 21 t
K M. Bennett.
404 N. 22nd.
Q. W. Sivngr.
Sivngr.41J N , 2Ind.
W. I * Jagiter.
613 N. Snd.
G , A. Qfacney.
2312 Cats.
Brownlee , 407 N. 23rd ,
W. B. Smith , 2318 Cas .
J. C. Allen.
2220 Chicago.
Martin Golchman.
410 N. 23rd.
F. A. Bartholomew.
514 N. ! 3nJ.
Grao * Wnrrlnp ,
B14 N. 23rd.
Mr. Charlfs lla\- * .
lla24 Cass.
F . P. Bill * . 2414 Can.
Q , Centlemenm.
Centlemenm.2M4 C.T f.
H. T. CUrk. 2S09 Caw.
F. C. Burkhflrt.
S14 N. Mth.
Mrs. M. Gtraurv ,
522 N , 2 < th.
> Ir. U. Straun" ,
6SJ N. Wlh.
Wm. Ixiu on. 6W K. 2th
Thct-nas McGovfrn ,
2 15 Cut.
C , C , Moore ,
2MB Davenport ,
W. F. Cl"kion ,
2543 Davenport ,
J. M. Alkti.
2534 Da\enport ,
A. Locknrr.
tM Davenport.
C. B . Courtney.
i" > ih A D vnport.
John Monlck.
313 K. ! lth.
I. Wolpe.
2301 Davenport.
nobertPrl'-hiird.
2311 Davenport.
W. B. We1 le.
620 f , S nd.
Mrs , II , R. Miner.
113 8. 13th
A. C. Tinker.
115 8. IRth
Neb. Telephone Co.
JO ! B. 18th
Tyler H > U. ! 02 8. 18th
J. M , Thomninn ,
202 8. IMh
Omaha Wheel club ,
TUB DEE. WOnLD-HEHALD.
KO 8. 18th.
A. M. COWIt ,
, . 211 S. 15th.
John Pyles ,
S20 B. ISth.
Robert Dempster.
, 114 8. 19th.
8. A. Huntoon ,
124 S. 19th.
W , O. Maul.
204 8. 19th.
T. N. Martin ,
115 8. 20th.
Omaha club.
club.IK 8 , 20th.
J. P. Cudahy ,
12J S. 20th.
J. M. Lowe.
209 S. 20th.
Lizzie Ktssler.
A. T. .
112 S. 24th.
A. T. Knapp ,
20& S. 24th.
E. M. McKlnney.
SOT 8. 24th.
8. T , Barnes ,
211 8. 24th.
H. B , Payne.
211 S. 24th.
A. K. Squires ,
101 S. 25th.
Nathan Mcrrlam.
103 S. iStfb.
John HaUtetul ,
108 8. 2Sth.
P. r. Grunnlncer ,
103 8. 2oth.
E. T. Jones ,
103 S. 25th ,
F. 8. Sturpls ,
103 S. 25th ,
Q co. B. Tischuck.
103 8. Mthi
J. O. Hftlncs ,
103 S. 25th.
W. N. Thompson ,
103 8. 25tt > .
W. a. McAvoy.
108 S. ZSth ,
Howard Kennedy , Jr. ,
113 8. 25th.
A. L. Wlgton ,
115 S. 25th.
AV. C. Mulfortl.
116 8. 25th
W. S. Wllcox.
117 S. 2Sth.
Bruno Tzschuck ,
119 S. 25th.
E. A. Reltcl ,
122 S. 25th.
James Forsytho ,
126 8. 25th.
Mrs. K. Olllver ,
131 S. 25th.
C. E. Squires ,
202 S. 25th.
O. C. Holmes ,
201 S. 25th.
T. R. McNalr.
204 8. 25th.
R. B. Hughes ,
210 S. 25th.
F. B. Lawrence ,
212 8. 25th.
J. W. Tuttle ,
212 S. 25th.
D. A. Johnson ,
212 8. 25th.
O. II. Pratt.
212 8. 25th.
George B. Lake ,
2207 Dodge ,
Lewis Brash.
22 4 Dodge.
A. Pardee ,
2210 Dodge.
John A. Horbach ,
2219 Dodge.
Howard Kennedy ,
2224 Dodge
A. Thomas ,
2223 Dodge
F. M. Goldsmith ,
2227 Dodge ,
H. R. Coleman ,
2407 Dodge
F. A. G rigor ,
2412 Dodge
C , G. Fisher ,
2419 Dodge
B. M. Koenlg ,
2421 Dodge
S. F. Moore ,
2403 Dodge
E. Rosewater.
1711 Douglas
Henry Walker.
1712 Douglas
A. D. Schermerhorn
1815 Douglas
Herman Drlshau * .
1916 Douglas
Gustav Anderson ,
1922 Douglas
M. E. Grimth ,
2015 Douglas
A. J. Hanscom ,
2024 Douglas
J. N. Homans ,
2101 Douglas
T. W. Taliafero ,
2102 Douglas
W. J. Blum ,
2103 Douglas
Morltz Merer ,
2104 Douglas
B. G' McKlnsey ,
2106 Douglas
M. Rosenthal ,
2106 Douglas.
P. A. Daughty ,
2107 Douglas
Sam Katz ,
2111 Douglas
C. D. Thompson ,
2112 Douglas
H. C. Yost.
2205 Douglas
A. R. Drexel ,
2206 Douglas
O. E. Hart ,
2207 Douglas
O. E. Barnes ,
2203 Douglas
H. B. Morrel ,
2301 Douglas
Murry Marbury ,
2303 Dougla
S. A. Emerson ,
2305 Douglas
Simon Goetz ,
2306 Dougla
Louise Kuhl ,
2310 Douglas
W. R. Roberts ,
2310 Dougla
C. F. Montgomery.
R. 322. 1708 Farnam
G. R. Grtswold ,
R. 238. 1703 Farnam
R. E. Campbell ,
2 1708 Farnam
F. A. JF irtholemew
mos FariTam
A. K. Detwller ,
1703 Farnam
Agnes V. Swetland ,
1708 Fargar
Cora Ruhl
170S Farnam
G. W. Sues.
170S Farnam
L. A. Merrlam ,
1703 Farnam
O. S. Hoffman ,
1708 Farnam
C. 8. Elgutter ,
1703 Farnam
Omaha Water Co. ,
170S Farnam
Jno. Kilkenny ,
170S Farnam
N , A. Reiu'trom ,
1708 Farnam
V. H. Laederlck.
1708 Farnam
Chas , Hon ,
1703 Farnam
J. B. Haynes ,
1708 Farnam
Mayor's OIHce ,
3 1718 Farnam
Board of 1'ubllo U'k
2 1718 Farnam
City Attorney ,
1718 Farnam
City Comptroller.
1716 Farnam
City Treasurer ,
1718 Farnam
City Clerk.
1718 Farnam
City Engineer ,
1718 Farnam
A. T. Mayne ,
1718 Farnam.
Otto Wolff.
1718 Farnam.
Chas , Johnson ,
1718 Farnam.
J. B. Sedpwlck , '
1718 Farnam.
Gua Hahn ,
1802 Farnam.
Dave Goldman ,
1602 Farnam ,
L. W. Wolfe.
1804 Farnam.
G. F. Elsasser ,
1807 Farnam.
J , H. Hengen ,
1811 Farnam.
M , A. Burke.
1823 Farnam.
P. R. Sullivan.
1903 Farnam.
Mamie Felter.
1906 Farnam.
Benjajnln F. Mart ) ,
1909 Farnam.
A. H. Phelps.
1909 Farnam.
Charles A. Baiter ,
1914 Farnam.
P. Gothelmer ,
U16 Farnam.
J. C. Holtorf ,
2002 Farnam.
Bam'l DrclfuH.
2010 Farnam.
J. 8. Joplln ,
2014 Farnam.
Nathan Rothchlld ,
2014 Farnam.
A.-E. Miller ,
2014 Farnam.
A , H. Comstock ,
2014 Farnam.
Isaac Adams ,
2014 Farnam.
Walter Wills ,
2014 Farnam.
John Tottrldge ,
2014 Farnam.
Joseph Reea ,
S014 Farnam.
THE DEB WORLD-HERALD.
A. Sungren ,
2016 rnrnam.
D. E. Henderson ,
2ns Farnam.
Henrr Mcdure ,
2033 F
A. O. Nichols ,
2o.y t'arnam.
Mamie Heck ,
2101 Farnam.
H. J , Abraham )
2117 Farnam.
E. E. Rink ,
2210 Fnrnam.
Leon Koihchlld ,
2212 Farnam.
1 ! . M. Little ,
2214 r'arnam.
Lee Rothchlld ,
2215 Farnam.
Alex. Polack.
2221 Farnam.
Aaron Cahn ,
2226 Farnam.
G. II. Lyont ,
William Colt ,
2232 Karnam.
S. S. Wife.
22J4 Farnam.
W. S. Rtpley.
2234 Farnam.
II. D. Graham ,
2238 Farnam.
John M. Thurnton ,
2406 Farnam.
R. 8. Hall ,
2418 Farn&m.
Charles Kean ,
113 6. ISth.
Delia Goodalo ,
21S S.
„ S. 2Uh.
Cl Nashl
201 s. 2iin.
A. S .Tower ,
103 S. 25th.
W. W. Norseman ,
108 S. 25th.
W. T. Coakley ,
10S a. 25th.
J. II. Gates ,
103 S. 25th.
G. M. Weaver.
108 H. 2oth.
B. L. Crummer ,
10S 8. 25th.
C. D. Holty.
103 S. 25th.
J. A. Drowsier.
103 S. 25th.
E. A. Illnch ,
108 S. 25th.
A. P. Wood ,
123 S. 25th.
F. F. Ford.
204 S. 25th.
A. Pardee ,
2210 Dodge.
J. H. Pratt ,
221J Dodge.
H. B. Burman.
2425 Dodge.
May Lottln ,
1703 Douglas
E. Rosewater.
1711 Douglas.
M. W. Kennard ,
1718 Douglas ,
C. M. Wllliclm ,
1821 Douglas.
Omaha club ,
2204 Douglas
J. Burness.
2013 Douglas.
B. G. Green ,
2105 Douglas.
William Adalr ,
2105 Douglas.
A. Bird ,
2105 Douglas.
J. R. Harvey ,
2109 Douglas ,
J. J. Points ,
2125 Douglas
Cllft Cole.
2209 Douglas
C. C. Brownlee ,
2208 Douglas
R. Johnson ,
2210 Douglas
C. W. Hare ,
2301 Douglas
C. B. Miles ,
2303 Douglas
E. A. Walter ,
2313 Douglas
C. P. Harrison.
2315 Douglas
Grant Paving Co. ,
R. 306. 1708 Farnam
Hugh Murphy.
R. 240 , 170S Farnam
John Kelkenny ,
170S Farnam
Fred Buelow ,
1703 Farnam
Canton Bridge Co. ,
R. 322 , 1703 Farnam
Webster & Howard
R. 338 , 170S Farnam
E. W. Boyles ,
R. 401 , 1703 Farnam
R. T. Jester ,
R. 412. 1703 Farnam
A. M. Mlttelstadt ,
R. 334 , 1703 Farnam.
W. A. Brown ,
R. 246 , 1703 Farnam.
A. R. .Edmlston ,
R. 415 , 1703 Farnam.
W. H. Hanchett ,
R. 446 , 1708 Farnam.
C. W. Malmqulsf
R. 108. 170S Farnam.
T. H. Borland ,
R. 421. 1708 Farnam.
B. C. Tomllnson ,
R. 348. 1703 Farnam.
A. C. Andrews ,
1708 Farnam.
Lewis1 Dunrx
R. 442 , 1703 Farnam.
P. Dickinson ,
1710 Farnam.
F. E. Moores ,
1713 Farnam.
C. T. Hart ,
1718 Farnam.
Mathleson ,
1718 Farnam.
Chief Redell ,
1809 Farnam.
Burt Van Gordon ,
1914 Farnam.
M. E. Talt ,
1902 Farnam.
W. W. Inswersen ,
2014 Farnam.
A. E. Miller ,
2011 Farnam.
N. Hall ,
2014 Farnam ,
J. C. Nason ,
2014 Farnam.
R. C , Douglas ,
2014 Farnam.
W. H. Reel ,
2018 Farnam.
G. H. Stlllman ,
2203 Farnam.
H. M. Little ,
2214 Farnara ,
Tumbleson , I
2214 Farnam.I
W. H. Story , f
2231 Farnam.
Four young ladles , who earn their own
riving , will take vacations at The Bee's ex
pense. Help your friends by caving coupons.
BID MADE FOR THE VIADUCT
Canton Bridge Company Offcn to Fay $550
for ths Structure.
THIS IN ADDITION TO TEARING IT DOWN
Donrii of Pnlillc AVnrkN Will Ilccnni-
mend thnt the OfTor tip Accepted
Other Ilimlnenn Ucfuro
thnt Hoily.
When the Board of Public Works met
yesterday afternoon for the purpose of
opening bids on the removal of the Six-
trnt'h street viaduct It looked as though
the board would servo the city's Interests
bettor by doing the work by day labor and
eavlng the old material , for the only bid
submitted , that of August Hamol , asked the
city to pijr him $2,000 for the work , In
addition to the lumber saved , The board
did , In fact , decide to recommend to the
council that the city do the work , but with
the afternoon mall came a bid from the
Canton Bridge company , offering to remove
the atructure gratis and pay the city J560
for the material In It. The board then de
cided to recommend that the Canton com
pany's bid be accepted.
The board had also expected to open bids
on the repairing of asphalted streets , but
found that none had boon submitted. C. E ,
Squires , agent of the Barber Asphalt com
pany , In explaining why his company had
not bid , offered the explanation why the
other companies also failed to bid. Ho told
the board that ho had been advised by
members of the council not to submit a
bid , for the reason that the specifications
for the work were Irregular , not having
been approved by the Board of Public
Works before being sent to the council , al
though the latter body had approved them.
Upon Investigation It was found that the
specifications ihnd In fact been approved ,
but that through some misunderstanding the
record did not show It. The board then ap
proved the epeclflcatlons as an original ac
tion and will transmit them to the council
again for approval. Bids will have to bo
called for again and the work will bo de
layed about two weeks , but as the work
Is to be paid for by special assessment It
is imperative that every step have absolute
regularity.
JUDGE GORDON GETS ANGRY
Object * to ncmnrUn of Snnltnry Ofllccr
Concerning III * Ilnllng * In
A'nlnniico CnNca.
The sanitary officers are wrestling with
obstreperous citizens who , as they insist ,
must clean up around their places or the
city -will become the victim of a plague.
A number have been arrested and released
by Judge Gordon after promising to clean
thejr places. When George W. Forbes wtis
yanked Into court for allowing garbage to
decay around his flats at Seventh and
Pacific streets. Sanitary Officer Maurice Sul
livan lost his temper at the representations
of the defendant and the action of the
court.
"Never ralnd , Mr. Forbes , under the lib
eral rulings of this court you will bo re
leased , " ho remarked.
"You repeat a remark like that In this
court and I will send you to Jail , " returned
the Judge , Indignantly.
Officer Sullivan eald no more , contenting
himself with turning on his heel and walk
ing out. Ho says he notified Mr. Forbes to
clean the place May 6 andi the work has
not been done yet.
Among the cases ho has brought into
court is that of E. L. ( Robertson , the Leav-
enworth street liveryman , who was discharged
'
charged yesterday. The neighbors objected
to the largo quantity of manure around
the budding and In the alley. Officer Sulli
van complains that he notified Mr. Robert-
eon April 26 to clean up. This notice was
repated May 11 , and again May 17. Then
the formal complaint was filed and ho was
notified to appear In court. The testimony
of neighbors showed that several loads of
offal and a few dead dogs lay around the
place. Judge Gordon gave Mr. Robertson
one week In which to clean up , and mean
time visited the place himself. Several loads
were hauled away , but the cleaning was
not satisfactory to the sanitary officer , who
says It Is as bad as it was In the first
place. When Mr. Robertson failed to ap
pear at the end of the week Court Officer
Johnson telephoned him to come In. He
entered court yesterday , and Judge Gordon
lletened to his testimony and that of Mr.
Bell , a complaining neighbor. Mr. Bell
stated that an attempt had been made to
clean the place , but It had not been suc
cessful. True , no odor remained , as the
manure had dried thoroughly , but It still
lay in the alley to the depth of the knee
in passing through , Mr. Robertson said ho
thought the place was In a satisfactory con-
dft'on and the court appirently agreed with
ihl n ns he dtsnlsiPd the cast.
The reason the officers give for complain
ing of the treatment of the court la that
they are not able to make citizens to abate
nuisances. If they have them arrested and
the court discharges them , their time Is
wasted when they might bo putting It to
good advantage In looking after other lo
calities.
Two Ways of I'renervlnpr Milk.
City Physician Spaldlng Is still at work
on the Investigation of preserved milk. Ho
baa found that there are two methods of
Mr , Frederick Hatter
Comes out today in a brand new straw
hat the rough straw kind coarse
braid the very swellest hat of the Rea
son Blue bands Prices on these are
$1.50 Another nobby hat is the fine
split , fine braided straw a good hat
any time during the summer these
hats are $1.50 to ? 5.00 We show the
largest variety of straw hats in Otnnhn
and , like our felt goods , they are the
kind you can tie to.
FREDERICK
The Hatter
The Pioneer Hat Man of the
120 South 15th Streit
The Little Philippines-
Can learn a great deal from our little
Otnuha boys when they come here to
attend the exposition one thing they
will learn from almost everybody they
meet that Drex L. Shoomnn shoes
nearly all of them and that the one-
fifty shoe Is the most popular We've
these $1.50 shoes in all sl7.es for little
and big boys Just so they're boys
This is the same shoe today that it
was a year ago -when we could buy
them cheaper than now We never
raised the price.
Drexel Shoe Co. ,
Omaha' ! Up > tat Bbo HOM
1410 FARNAM STREET.
New SprluK Catalogue now readr
Sent ( or ( be Hiking.
preservlnR milk and cream , In one of which
the ftgfnt VISOK ! p.issco out of the milk by
evaporation , and < -nn only t > o detected by Its
effects upon the milk globules , nnd In the
other the agent can bo extracted In n solid
form. The latter , when extracted , looks
somewhat like gelatine crystals. Whether
lho preservatives effect ft chemical changa
in the milk ha * not be n determined. H U
qulto clear , however , that the globules of
which the milk Is composed nro hardened
and the milk thus mndo is unfit for the
human stomach.
OMAHA HOSTOFFICE AFFAIRS
Slv Ail.lHIoiinl Clrrkn AVI11 do on
Dutr Nc * t .Month iiml I'rotmlily
Two Uxtrn CnrHrra.
Speaking of the report from Washington
thnt the carriers at the Omaha postoffico nro
flow In getting out on their respective
routes , Postmaster Crow snys that there Is
no doubt of the truthfulness of the state
ment. This , however , Is due to the fact that
there are not sufficient clerks in the ofilco to
work the mall. In enntern cities carriers
spend two hours each day In the main office
waiting for their ranll , but hero the tlmd
aggregates two hours and twenty-five min
utes. H Is expected thnt this time will bo
reduced when the six additional clerks go on
duty In July. Regarding extra carriers going
on duty the postmaster has no advices other
than the newspaper reports. Howc\er , ho
expects nn official order within the next two
weeks. When this order comes It Is likely
thnt two of the men will be J. A. Metcnlfe
and L. Jorgcnscn , ns they nre nt the hend of
the substitute list , having parsed the exnm-
Inntlon something like two years ago.
Thcro nro half n dozen nppllcnnln for the
position of postofficc messenger made vacant
by the death of Howard Tlldon. The posi
tion Is usually filled 'by ' n boy or young mnn
nnd doc > 3 not cnrry a largo salary , the maxi
mum being $30 per month. The messenger H
paid for letters delivered nnd receives S cents
for each package hnmlled. After the amount
rencheo $30 for any one month the excess U
turned In to the government.
The carriers from Station C , the new post-
omco located nt Eighteenth and Vlnton
streets , started on their rounds yester
day. The mall was taken there on the street
cars nnd was worked out by the five carriers.
Lafo Anderson , the postmaster , has been
given nn assistant , the first case of the kind
since the establishment of branch postofilccs
In the city. Troy C. Nicholson , formerly on
the clerks' substitute list , has been appointed
to the position.
In millions of homes Dent's Toothache
Gum is a welcome remedy. Druggists. 15c.
Property OIVIIITH I'nylnu ; Tiixen.
The report of County Treasurer Helmrod
for May will show thnt tlio gratifying In
crease In tnx payments which was recorded
In April was still maintained. The receipts
of 1899 taxes during May were $125.411 fiC ,
or about $5,000 more than during May , 1S08.
These figures , however , do not represent the
entire Increase , ns the payments of back
taxes have not been tabulated , nnd U is
known that these will exhibit a much
greater Incrense In comparison.
Thomns Thurmnn , deputy sheriff of Troy ,
Mo. , says If everyone In the United States
should discover the virtue of DoWltt's Witch
Hnzol Salve for piles , rectnl troubles nnd skin
diseases , the demand could not be supplied.
INDIANS ATTENDING COURT
Tun .Noted Scimt * ( rum \Vlunelu K < i
llrro UNVlt
A IIURP numbfr of Imllnns nrc In from the
\Vlnncb.igo reservation for the initposo of
Riving tfpilmony amlnst putlc * who are
charged with violating the Inns of the
United States , so far as they apply to ter
ritory upon which Iiullnns reside , Unve St.
Cyr. clerk nt the Wlnnelmgo agency , U hereto
to act n Interpreter , anil whllp not cngAged
In doing other work ho Is making up a list
of the Indian * who will be otitltleil to draw
annuities at the next distribution , which oc
curs In August. This list \\lll show the
names of about 1,200 Indians.
Two of \Vlnnob.iKO Indians who nro In , ,
the city and who arc attract Ins considerable *
attention arc John Harrison , chief of police1 ,
ant ) Jnmc * lllnl. Doth of them liavo passed
the meridian of life , but they nro still ns
straight as arrows and no aotlvo ns boys.
These two Indians arc members of a Ornnd
Army of the Uepubllc post am ! nro In good
standing. They linvo always hccn friendly
to the whites and were regularly enlisted
In 1SCI They eerved ns scouts In a number
of excursions mrulo against the Pan noes and
Sioux , and have reconls showing that they
wcro bravo men nnd alwnjs loynl to their
commander.
Mortality
The following births ami deaths have been
reported to the health commissioner within
the last twenty-four hours :
Dlrths Charles P. Hicks , S23 1'opplcton
avenue , girl ; Hmll Fleschcr , ISIS Corby
street , girl ; John UuflliiKtan , 1119 South
Klfth strec-t , Rlrl , John Togacy , 2521 Arbor
street , girl ; C. H. Graham , 1SOS Miami
street , girl ; H. S. Lnnenbcrg. 2721 North
Twenty-eighth street , boy ; Mlko Courtney ,
1H44 South Fifteenth street , girl.
Deaths Charles Cook , county hospital , 27
years.
Thcro Is a time for all things. The tlmo to
tnUo UoWltt's Little Early Htscrs Is when
you arc suffering from constipation , bilious
ness , slcU-headnrho , Indigestion or other
stomach or liver troubles. They never gripe.
TRUSSES
ELASTIC
STOCKINGS-
CRUTCHES
SUPPORTERS ,
ate , imulo to order
c by competent
worlctnou.
Send to us ( or
moasurmont
blanks nnd other
information.
THE ALOE & PENfOLD CO. ,
Deformity Brncc Manufacturer * .
1408 Farnam OMAI1A.
Op. Puxton Hotel.
The Little Five Cent Barrister
Made just like lite father from the best
tobacco over put in a ten-cent clpur
lie Is not us big as his father , but he
Is just as good and if you want a Rood
live-cent smoke you want to insist upon
having a Little Barrister Most dealers
sell them , but you can always set them
from us We arc the distributing
nscnts for the live and ten-cent Bar
risters.
Wm. F. Stoecker
Cigar Co-
THE BARRISTER AGENT ,
1404 Douglas.
If Its an Ice Saver You Want
Come and see the "Jewel" refrigerator
then you will have seen the best
zinc-lined throughout no parts exposed -
posed to absorb the spill-overs of the
milk crock or gravcy dish thnt will
turn sour mould and taint the food
chorcoal lilled the very Ideal of a sani
tary refrigerator ilftecn different
styles and sizes to select from every
one a jewel $1.OS up to $15,00 The
Jewel can bo taken apart has remova
ble flues and is easy cleaned It costs
nothing to look.
A , C. RAYMER ,
WE DELIVER YOUH I'UIICII.VSB.
1514 Farnam St.
DIFFICULT CASESTo ! lie Xo. 1.-J. )
We take an especial Interest in meas
uring and fitting eyes which are called
dlllicult We always like to hear a pa
tron say that he lias tried a dozen hpp-
clallsts , but could get nothing that
suited him We like to have thepo catiex
for several reasons First , because
when the correct lenses are selected
they prove of untold benefit to the
wearer They make him see as liu
never did see and give him relief from
eye strain and discomfort Second , lie-
cause we take pleasure in hunting out
complicated defects and solving dlfli-
cult problems If you have tried to get
good glabses and have failed we want
to see you.
you.HUTESON ,
Manufacturing Optician ,
We Bluke the Glanxcn ire Bell.
1520 DOUGLAS STREET.
U Door * from lOtlu
A Full Clear Richness
The features of the Klmlmll asldo
from life wonderfully susceptible and
responsive action He in the depth ,
power and brilliancy of Its lone it
combines in a icmarkable manner the
crispy fcwcotui'sfi required for piano py-
roterhnlt.--with a full , clear richness
nnd a tremendous reserve volume it in
equally effective In swift pianlssimos
and crashing bravuras and under no
conditions loses that sympathetic mel
lowness so pleasing to trained cars NVo
ma ) e very easy terms on the Klmball.
A. HOSPE ,
W celebrate oar 2Qtb builneia CURBt
veriary Oct. 23rd , 1800.
Music and Ait 1513 Dougla *

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